Speaking Engagements

A Few Highlights

DCDC Conference: America's Scrapbook

MTSU: 68 Symposium

he Movement 68 Symposium was presented by the Albert Gore Research Center and the MTSU Center for Historic Preservation .This event brought together former and current students to discuss topics such as Forrest Hall, being a black student at MTSU and the importance of civil disobedience.

The keynote speaker was Lae’l Hughes-Watkins, the first African American Archivist at Kent State University. Within her speech, Hughes-Watkins told her story about working at a newspaper and “realizing that backstories were absent.”

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For keynote and workshop requests, please email me @lhugheswatkins@protonmail.com